Even the dining hall in V&A glitters!
Marble Arch is actually, well just an arch with plenty of pigeons. It is a nice spot for people watching though.
And not far away from Marble Arch would be the famous (or infamous?) Oxford Street – a shopping street with lots of clothing, bag and shoe stores. Infamous because there are sayings that the clothes here are actually old with marked up prices.
But eh I didn’t step into La Senza ok. And Primark is probably the most crowded store with clothings so cheap you wouldn’t believe (but not after converting the prices into RM yeah)
Visited London’s Chinatown just for the sake of visiting and having dinner. The nearest Tube station is Leicester Square.
What’s for dinner? Well we definitely splurged (by Ringgit standard) and had Lobster Noodle. It was surprisingly good, meaty and delicious in thick garlic and scallion gravy.
Beef noodle also tasted like home.
Then we headed to Harrods, the so-called luxury department store. It surely didn’t look luxurious from outside but never judge a book by its cover.. the interior would wow any first time visitors especially the Food Hall.
OK, maybe just me alone would be amazed by the Food Hall. But hey, I am a food fanatic so anything related to food just excites me.